2.1 Creating Users on Vendor Devices

In order for full automation to take place, a unique Indeni user must first be created and assigned the proper permissions by an administrator of the device. The created Indeni user must then be added to a Credential Set in your webUI. By leveraging credential sets and IP subnets you can enter credentials in one time, for multiple devices, which makes managing credentials for clusters and device vendors a breeze.

While we always recommend a system administrator defer to the vendor’s official documentation on credential creation, we have outlined the user creation steps we took for successful addition, and automation of supported devices in the Indeni platform for those who might not be administrators themselves, or unfamiliar with the process.

Creating Users by Vendor

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